The Intensity Of The Cough Increases When Lying Down And Waking Up.?
Noon I’m August 27th. Approximately 2 months ago I experienced a cough. First the cough is dry, then it has a little phlegm (for a moment) and then it dries again. The intensity of the cough increases when lying down and waking up. One day I drank milk in the evening and at night I ate tamarind vegetables, and resulted in being unable to sleep because my cough and stomach felt full / full. Sleeping with the right / left side position is the same. Now, after drinking the mixture of sago flour and palm sugar, my stomach is getting better. But the cough is still there even though the intensity has decreased. According to the symptoms above, what diseases are there in my body?
Good evening Agus, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Cough is a symptom that is not specific to a particular disease, and can occur due to various things, such as:
Impact of inhalation of pollution or cigarette smoke Response to the presence of foreign bodies in the respiratory tract or choking Eating food or drinks that are too sweet Infection of various bacteria and viruses, such as tuberculosis, ARI, bronchitis and others Allergies Gastric acid disease Asthma Drug side effects
In your case, the milk history you mentioned might contribute to consuming sugary drinks to increase the risk of coughing, but eating sour vegetables should not be related to this history. Even if there is a connection, it is indirectly with acidic foods, it can increase stomach acid and it is the increase in stomach acid that causes you to cough. But if there is acid reflux disease, it should also be followed by symptoms that revolve around the stomach, such as nausea and abdominal pain.
Our advice, you should check your condition with your doctor to see further, whether your cough complaints so far do occur continuously or are divided into several different episodes. Because it is indeed not impossible that in a month you experience several episodes of cough that are caused by different things. With direct examination, information about your health is more complete, and the diagnosis can be made more appropriate and more appropriate handling.
Meanwhile, multiply the consumption of drinks and warm food, avoid spicy, sour, oily foods and sweet foods and drinks, take a bath or warm bath, don't overeat, don't go to sleep immediately after eating, and consume ginger water. So, hopefully answering your question.